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Kashmiri students visit Belgaum

Students from backward areas of Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch District visited Belgaum as part of the Indian Army’s ”Operation Sadbhavana” educational tour. 23 students were accompanied by 2 teachers.

They arrived in Belgaum on Sunday and were warmly welcomed by MLIRC. Here the students visited the Sugar factory, Belgaum Fort, JL wing, MLIRC museum and Training areas.

The tour has been organized by 27 Rashtriya Rifles. The army organizes the tour to expose young students to developments taking place in other parts of the country.

In 1998, the Indian Army launched a unique operation called ”Operation Sadbhavana” to win the hearts and minds of the population long ravaged by terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.

Through ”Operation Sadbhavana”, the troops of Northern Command extended their mandate and made concerted attempts to apply the healing touch to win over the people by promoting development activities focusing on their basic needs.

”Operation Sadbhavana” and activities of the state administration were amalgamated harmoniously to generate synergy, with a clear focus to bring a palpable improvement in the quality of life of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

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